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IOC toughens anti-doping rules
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09:14, April 11, 2008

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The International Olympic Committee has toughened regulations to crack down on drug cheats for this summer's Beijing Olympic Games, as possession of any banned substances will now constitute a doping violation.

IOC spokeswoman Giselle Davies said on Thursday that previously, only use of substances on the World Anti-Doping Association's banned list constitutes an offence, but now possession will constitute a violation.

"That is a hardening of the anti-doping regulations," said Davies.

Source:Xinhua



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